• Menlo College Earns AACSB Accreditation
  • Menlo College Named “A Best In The West” by The Princeton Review Six Years in a Row
  • Menlo College Athletics Honored for Fall Sport Success

Menlo College Selected as One of the Top 25 2015 Best Value Colleges

December 11, 2014: Menlo College has been named one of America’s top 25 schools in the 2015 Cappies Best Value Colleges. This latest recognition of Menlo’s value was by Cappex, a free Web-based "matchmaking" service that pairs students with colleges. Compiling the results of over 1.4 million student reviews on over 2,000 colleges and universities, the 2015 Cappies honors America's top 25 favorite schools…

Oaks Giving Spirit Shines in Annual Food Drive

December 5, 2014:  The Menlo College cafeteria was buzzing with activity on Thursday evening as a number of teams and student-athletes got into the holiday spirit at the annual Athletic Department Food Drive. As a whole, Menlo College Athletics contributed an impressive 6,578 total food items which will be donated to the Second Harvest Food Bank to benefit the local community during this…

President Richard A. Moran Elected to Joint Venture Silicon Valley Board of Directors

December 2, 2014: President Richard A. Moran of Menlo College was among five new members elected to the Board of Directors of Joint Venture Silicon Valley in November. Others approved at the board’s quarterly meeting in Redwood City included Sam Liccardo, Mayor-elect, City of San Jose, Beau Goldie, Chief Executive Officer, Santa Clara Valley Water District, Chad Seiler, Partner, KPMF, and…

Menlo College Athletics Honored for Fall Sport Success

November 25, 2014: Postseason awards and honors are beginning to roll in for the Oaks of Menlo College – members of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) California Pacific (Cal Pac) Conference. Menlo College Athletics was recently honored as an NAIA Champions of Character institution for the fifth-straight year. The award takes into account character training, conduct in competition, academic focus, and…